Our attorneys for family law in Dallas, Texas understand the emotional stress a person goes through when dealing with family law disputes. Over the years, we have represented our clients in dealing with the legal battles regarding their divorce, child custody, visitation, and child support disputes with their spouses and partners.
The experience of working on thousands of family law disputes over the years, gives us the edge over other law firms when dealing with different family law disputes. Our attorneys and legal team take the time to understand all the details of a client’s case, and form a strategy to proceed with the right set of actions to achieve the favorable results.
As a full service family law firm in Dallas, we provide legal services for a variety of family law matters. No matter how complex or simple your family law dispute is, we have the experience and knowledge to represent you strongly inside and outside the court. We can help you or a loved one with family law matters:
When filing for a divorce in Texas, you not only have to keep in mind the state laws, but also have to abide by the rules and regulations laid out by the County where you filing your divorce. Our experienced attorneys have represented thousands of clients over the years for their agreed/uncontested divorce, contested divorce, military divorce, and divorce involving assets and property.
The complication and legalities involved in splitting the assets, assigning the responsibilities of debt, deciding the future of 401Ks and retirement funds, and custody, visitation, and financial support of children, make a contested divorce extremely important legal decision that requires hiring the right divorce attorney. Our contested divorce clients hire us when they are experiencing any of these conflicting issues or their spouse is seeking the representation of an attorney. Our attorneys carefully analyze the details of a contested divorce case and form the right strategy to get a favorable outcome for our clients. We are here to help you make the right decision for your financial future and are available to discuss your case with a free consultation appointment.
When both parties are on an agreement with the proceedings of the divorce, all they have to do is file the divorce at their county of residence with the filing fees and filled out paperwork. In some situations, there might be a need of a divorce mediation between spouses to resolve small issues, but your attorney can always help you with that to come up with a mutual agreement. We offer affordable uncontested divorce services that start from $675, and include filing fees and attorney fees. Our attorneys not only go to court with you to finalize the divorce process but also make sure that you file all the documents according the State and you County of residence requirements.
When two spouses first decide to get a divorce with a mutual consent, they often forget to come on an agreement for some of the unresolved issues between them that need to be resolved before filing the divorce or appearing in the court for getting the final signed divorce decree. For situations like these, couples need the assistance of a mediation to resolve these issues. Sometimes, this mediation is suggested by attorneys of one or both spouses, or in some situations by the court. Our shareholder attorney Amber Shemesh is also a Dallas Fort-Worth area mediator, who have helped clients with a variety of mediation issues involving family disputes. Ms. Shemesh is available to meet with you with a free consultation appointment to discuss your family law issue requiring a mediation.
For a better and secured financial future of a child, State of Texas has laid out some strict guidelines for child support. A divorcing or splitting parent needs to make sure that all the steps are taken for the financial support of his or her child. Our child support attorneys have been representing clients in different counties of Texas for creating, enforcing, and modifying child support agreements since 2000.
In complex contested divorce cases, custody disputes are decided in the court after carefully examining facts, parental history, and arguments of attorneys representing both spouses. If you are experiencing unresolved disputes with your spouse or other parent of your child, you need the assistance of our experienced child custody attorneys to effectively represent you in court. Our attorneys will not only help you make a strong case for the custody, but will also help you avoid the common mistakes in child custody matters during the case.
Often, due to change in circumstances of your life after a divorce, you feel the need to make modifications to your divorce orders. These changes mainly involve the modifications to child support, child custody and visitation orders. There is always a chance to modify the divorce orders, and our experienced family attorney can assist you in determining the right course of action for your modification needs.
The fear of an abusive spouse or partner makes it harder for you to take the step of breaking the marriage or relationship. But, if an experienced family law attorney is involved, you can get a restraining order and file for divorce. A restraining order can also be used while your divorce proceedings are on the way, to protect your marital assets and property.
A divorced spouse can apply for spousal maintenance in Texas, but he or she has to fulfil the guidelines laid out by state to qualify for a spousal maintenance or support. We as family law attorneys deal with situations where our clients are either told to pay spousal maintenance, or seek spousal maintenance from their divorcing spouse. We are here to assist you in any way possible to deal with the spousal support matters according the Texas laws.
When you are in an abusive relationship, you and your children both suffer the stress, physical and emotional abuse day in and out. The fear of the spouse or partner often keeps an individual stay in an abusive relationship thinking that there is no escape from the life they are living. But, as attorneys with experience of helping domestic violence victims on regular basis, we understand the laws and know how to protect you from your abusive spouse and partner. If you or a loved one is in an abusive relationship, you need to contact our family lawyers to take the right legal action.
Often, a couple ready to be get married outlines specific conditions that they negotiate before entering into a marriage. These agreements specifically cover what is to be done with assets and property in the case of divorce or separation. It is extremely recommended to obtain a prenuptial agreement before getting married, if one of the individuals is wealthier than the other. If you and your spouse to be, are in agreement over signing a prenuptial agreement, our experienced attorneys for family matters are here to provide their services.
Adoption of a child can be a complex and difficult task for adopting parents. Our family law attorneys have helped parents with the legal procedures for adopting not only in United States, but also internationally. If you are planning to adopt a child, and wants to learn about the adoption laws in Texas and how our attorneys can help you with the process, our family law professionals are here have a free consultation appointment with you.
According to the Texas family laws, grandparents do not automatically have any child custody and visitation rights in a divorce. But, in certain situations a grandparent can petition the family law court for visitation rights, based on the evidence that this would be in the best interest of the grandchildren. Our family lawyers of Dallas can help you prove in the court based on the evidence about child’s current life with his or her custodial parent.
The same way as a mother has to be a part of a child, the father needs to have the rights to visitation and custody. Although, state laws are normally gender-neutral and do not favor one parent over other, but fathers often experience greater struggle when it comes to something more than just a weekend visit with their children. As one of the most experienced family law firms in North Dallas, we have the expertise and knowledge to fight for fathers in getting their desired custody and visitation rights.
According to Texas family laws, assets owned by spouses are community property, but that does not mean that these will be divided equally between spouses. A judge will decide about the division of these assets, and will weigh all the facts and will devise a “just and right” division of assets and debts. If you and your spouse are planning or have decided to get a divorce, it is extremely important to factor in these issues before filing and agreeing on anything in the divorce proceedings. Our family law attorneys has the knowledge of Texas family laws, and we can help you present a strong case to ensure that your assets and debts are divided in a way that your future is secured and financially stable after a divorce.
As one of the most experienced team of family law attorneys in DFW, we have helped thousands of clients in Dallas Fort-Worth area for their family law disputes. Our team is knowledgeable, dedicated, and passionate about helping our clients with their family law matters. Our lawyers have a track record of success, inside and outside the court, and we are here to help you with your case. We offer free consultation appointment, offer convenient installment plans, and accept all major credit cards.
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